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Month: October 2014

Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas Boulevard. To some The Strip. The more appropriate term, the Boulevard of Broken Dreams. I won’t elaborate on what I have seen here in Vegas but there are too many hopeful on the “big win” to make a difference. There isn’t one. While the photo is just a picture of a paved road, the billions of dollars or whatever currency you use; the amount of money invested in this one are is mind boggling. The only winner of…

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Freemont Street

Freemont Street

Freemont Street in Las Vegas is the old Vegas. The older casinos that existed before the famous Vegas Strip was created. It’s the home of Binion’s Casino which used to hold the World Series of Poker before it became a more mainstream tournament. You can still get the $9.99 buffet that is is gone from the Strip. You can still enjoy a beer for $3. Its for the more budget minded traveler coming to Vegas that want some excitement but…

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Stand Up For Your Rights

Stand Up For Your Rights

These images are nothing special. They are barely edited to prove a point. I am going to relay from my Facebook post what happened when I took them.  If you are a photographer, regardless of your country of origin, stand up for your rights. 90% of the countries don’t care what you shoot. Learn your laws and respect them. Just don’t be intimidated by some individual that views their authority as a way to limit your rights.  So I just…

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Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

More for the archives and it seems appropriate since I am flying today to Vegas today. Sadly, unlike when I was on my flight to Panama I am not in First Class. Instead I’m back in coach and its almost the same amount of time on the plane. Oh well, I have flown coach for longer stints and can survive this without any problems. I have no idea where I shot these images. My guess off the Central American coast…

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Fallen Into the Light

Fallen Into the Light

I always carry a camera and as I was trudging out to work this morning and saw the light hitting the leaves I knew I had to take the picture. Still using the Russian Jupiter 8 (I’m lazy) I stopped the lens down and fired off a few shots. I knew I wanted it in black and white because the leaves had no color. Just laying there int the light with the shadows intersecting. Some playing around with the black…

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Storm Clouds over Panama

Storm Clouds over Panama

I haven’t had time to shoot lately. Part of it is laziness and the rest is weather and my schedule. While I could sneak in some photography the thought of having to fight with the weather or only allocating 10 minutes just doesn’t do it for me. Luckily I always have reserves! Welcome back to Panama! I had a bunch of landscape stuff I didn’t share out because it just didn’t go with what I was doing at the time….

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